Friendsy’s email invite used the BC Athletics logo without permission from the University.
Raj Singh, CSOM ’19, created a Facebook event titled “Snowball Fight in the Stokes Quad.” Over 50 students participated in the fight.
The petition to change venues in the future has 140 signatures.
Carolyn Townsend, the director of environment and sustainability programming in Student Initiatives, hopes to permanently implement composting at every dining hall on campus in the future.
The fruit is rich in antioxidants, high in fiber, and has high amounts of Vitamin C to protect the immune system and Vitamin B2 for energy.
The posters were advertising an egg donation service that promised $7,000 to $12,000 to women willing to donate their eggs.
Since April, 108 students have completed the certification class Bike BC offers.
Over 1,300 students have visited UCS since September, which is up 8 to 11 percent in the past couple years.
CAB changed its ticketing process this year, only allowing one ticket to be purchased per Eagle ID.
The app had over 700 downloads as of Wednesday night.